Enrico Faccioli Gyana

Gyana unwraps trends to watch

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ENRICO FACCIOLI

There was more investment in startups in 2018, greater awareness of product from decision-makers in large corporates and higher levels of tech-adoption across the sector. But where next, asks Enrico Faccioli.

COEN VAN OOSTROM

EDGE Technologies | City as a service

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Coen van Oostrom

The concept of smart cities has been on the rise. In 2019 we are looking forward to investing more effort within the domain and creating value for the entire ecosystem, writes EDGE Technologies CEO, Coen van Oostrom.

Bronny Wilson Equiem

How to spot a flawed fad

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Bronny Wilson

Passing fad or long-term game changer? It’s a critical question, and whilst it’s true that all partnerships have some degree of risk to them, it is possible to make wise, considered decisions when it comes to selecting a proptech firm to do business with, writes Equiem's Bronny Wilson.

Lucy Matchett Hillbreak

Circular lessons from Amsterdam

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The Netherlands is renowned for innovation and creative responses to global megatrends, writes Lucy Matchett. Its response to today's environmental crisis is equally enlightened.

MVP Q3 Group

MVPs: Editor’s innovator picks

PlaceTech editor, Paul Unger, names his Most Valuable Players, setting about changing the property industry, as featured in the TRENDS Q3 report.

Antony Slumbers High Res

Proptech in 2018: Are we there yet?

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Antony Slumbers

At the end of last year there was much talk about how 2018 will see mass take-up and implementation of proptech. This was going to be the year the industry leapt into the saddle and galloped off into the future. Proptech to the rescue!